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It's official: Microsoft-Yahoo ink 10-year search pact; Regulator scrum begins

Microsoft and Yahoo made it official on Wednesday. The two companies announced a 10-year pact where Microsoft will power Yahoo search. Yahoo also becomes the sales force for Microsoft's premium properties. The companies said the search deal will accelerate innovation and bring more value to advertisers and...

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